The Morning Buzz | Pope John XXIII and Pope John Paul II Canonized

Today's Buzz reports on the canonization of Pope John XXIII and Pope John Paul II, a new website for people of faith who support Hillary Clinton, Former Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens supports the legalization of marijuana, Mississippi appeals court hears arguments in case that could shutter only abortion clinic in the state, the connection between humanitarianism and immigration, and Obama's modest immigration reforms. … [Read more...]

The Morning Buzz | In The Atlantic: Robert P. Jones Explores an Unlikely Alliance

Today's Buzz reports on the chummy relationship between evangelical Protestants and the Catholic Church, North Dakota's abortion ban overturned, the drop in the number of immigration court-ordered deportations, re-evaluating Civil War casualties, a GIF of the economic recession, and Americans' beliefs about the resurrection of Jesus. … [Read more...]

The Morning Buzz | The Morals of Millennial Republicans

In today's Buzz -- NYC Police Commissioner shuts down the squad collecting surveillance on Muslims, women's lack of advancement in the workplace pinned to confidence levels, Hobby Lobby president designs Bible curriculum, Senator McCaskill focuses on overhauling sexual assault policies and colleges and universities, what happened to ideological moderates in Congress?, the endurance of abortion as a politically potent issue. … [Read more...]

In The Atlantic: Pope Francis’s Challenge to the Evangelical-Catholic Coalition

Click here to read The Atlantic article by Dr. Jones about how white evangelical Protestants are more aligned with official Roman Catholic Church positions than Catholics and how the Pope's call for economic justice may effect this political match made in heaven. … [Read more...]

PunditFact Rates Ralph Reed’s Comments about Millennials and Abortion “False,” Based on PRRI Data

Last Sunday on NBC’s Meet the Press, conservative activist and chair of the Faith and Freedom Coalition Ralph Reed said Millennials (Americans ages 18 to 33) are "more pro-life than Baby Boomers and older Americans." Political columnist Ron Fournier with National Journal quickly disagreed, arguing Millennials are equally pro-life as older Americans. After the broadcast, PunditFact endeavored to set the record straight and relies on PRRI data to do so. … [Read more...]

New Survey Examines Catholic Attitudes toward Church Doctrine

A full 87 percent of Catholics polled report Pope Francis is doing an excellent or a good job as pontiff. However, respondents disagree with Catholic doctrine on some social issues. For instance, a majority (65 percent) say abortion should be allowed in some or all cases, and more than three-quarters (78 percent) support the use of contraception. … [Read more...]

Where in America is Health Insurance Most Expensive?

Today's Buzz covers Facebook's 10th anniversary, a drop in the number of abortions in the United States, and what could be the end of American exceptionalism. … [Read more...]

Charismatic Catholic Movement is Growing Among Latino Americans

Today's Buzz covers the anniversary of the 24th Amendment, the growing Charismatic Catholic movement among Latino Americans, and the most "Bible-minded" cities in the country! … [Read more...]

What Will the Next Generation of Pro-Life Advocates Look Like? Different.

Today's Buzz covers the March for Life in Washington, new methods of capital punishment in America, and a look at who'll be tuning in to watch the Super Bowl! … [Read more...]

What Will the Next Generation of Anti-Abortion Advocates Look Like? Different.

Thousands of people from across the country gathered in Washington today for the annual March for Life, the world’s largest pro-life rally that in 2014 marks 41 years since the U.S. Supreme Court’s Roe v. Wade decision to lift restrictions on abortion. Public opinion on abortion has remained relatively stable during the past several years. In 2013, PRRI found Americans who believe abortion should be illegal in all or most cases are outnumbered by those who say it should be legal, 42 percent to 5 … [Read more...]


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